Woman says $4000 diamond ring stolen from USPS package on way to Jacksonville

11/14/17 – Woman paid $51.65 to insure the shipment of this diamond ring to Jacksonville. She says it was stolen from the box, but now USPS won’t honor her claim.

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Letters from USPS said they denied her claim because the appraisal of the ring, documenting its $4,000 value, is dated about a week after the shipping date

source: Woman says diamond ring stolen from USPS package on way to Jacksonville

10 thoughts on “Woman says $4000 diamond ring stolen from USPS package on way to Jacksonville

  1. Crazy thing is they will not pay your claim but wasted billions of dollars yearly with the uneducated management at all levels

  2. Postal insurance is the biggest scam in America. The PO
    does everything in their power to deny claims. These
    ripoffs occur everyday nationwide. Most people get so
    frustrated with the system that they just give up, kind
    of like what the toolbags do to the employees. Fire Them All.
    How are those new delivery standards working Meghen?

    • Registered Mail is a Priority class. Registered mail is considered first class/ Priority (technically) before the extra service is applied.

  3. Biggest waste of money people when will the public learn that anything of value should be mailed fed ex

  4. They will do anything to get out of paying up for insurance. and who does the customer have to turn to? the news media and or their local us congressperson.

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